Criteria 1.1 - Compare the difference between counselling & counselling skills
Criteria 2.1 - Demonstrate knowledge of BACP ethical framework for good practice in counselling & psychotherapy
Criteria 3.1 – Personal moral qualities
Criteria 4.1 – List & describe basic counselling
• Non-verbal communication – Words: 170
• Minimum encouragers – Words: 77
• Reflection – Words: 158
• Paraphrase – Words: 332
• Summarise – Words: 199
Criteria 6.1 – Identify & describe the reasons why boundaries & confidentiality are important concepts in the use of counselling skills
Definition …show more content…
Counsellors look at what is possible, but do not tell clients what they should do. That would be the counsellor taking control rather than the client gaining control. The primary difference between counselling and other forms of helping is the way in which the counsellor listens. A counsellor should always be factual within their notes, you should always take notes after a session while fresh on your mind, taking notes in a session can cause clients to maybe feel worried or nervous on what you’re putting down and also keep you interested and proven to be …show more content…
* To check or show that the listener has understood.
Gives client confidence that the listener is actually paying attention in what the client is saying * To help the talker become aware of their feelings.
Gives the client the option of discovering what they are actually feeling for themselves.
* To work closer in the relationship.
Gaining your clients trust to build a relationship.
* To create a sense of intimacy.
As your allowing your client to hear what they are saying and showing that the feeling you may be providing them with helps them to know you are truly listening to them.
Paraphrasing is to offer back in a few words what the talker has said in order to check understanding and communicate your attention.
Paraphrasing can be good to help your client to hear what they have said and they know you have heard what they have said. Helps to show you are trying to understand what your client is saying.
Why we use this skill?
•To give the talker an opportunity to hear back what they are saying.
As it can be very helpful for your client to hear back what they have said.
•To check or show that the listener has